Can organic sulfur help relieve tinnitus?


Tinnitus suffererReader asks: Have you heard of any success stories of people who have taken sulfur to treat tinnitus? If so, did it take a very long time to achieve results?

MY RESPONSE

With regards to whether organic sulfur can help alleviate tinnitus, I don’t have any personal knowledge or testimonies from customers that would enable me to answer your question in a definitive manner. The closest I could come with was a web post that inferred that taking garlic or N-Acetylcysteine (NAC) may be beneficial.

Nutritional Supplements to Reduce Tinnitus
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Garlic is widely known as a sulfur food, and NAC is a modified version of the sulfur-containing amino acid called cysteine that helps the body produce the mother of all antioxidants known as glutathione. If you like, I can solicit expert commentary from my supplement supplier who’s had 15 years’ experience studying the health effects of organic sulfur.

REFERENCE

What Is Tinnitus?
WebMD
Tinnitus (pronounced ti-ni-tis), or ringing in the ears, is the sensation of hearing ringing, buzzing, hissing, chirping, whistling, or other sounds. The noise can be intermittent or continuous, and can vary in loudness.
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One Response to “Can organic sulfur help relieve tinnitus?”

  1. admin Says:

    Here is what WebMD says about Pycnogenol:
    “Pycnogenol is the US registered trademark name for a product derived from the pine bark of a tree known as Pinus pinaster. Pycnogenol is used for treating circulation problems, allergies, asthma, ringing in the ears, high blood pressure, muscle soreness, and pain. Pycnogenol is POSSIBLY SAFE when taken in doses of 50 mg to 450 mg daily for up to 6 months. Pycnogenol can cause dizziness, gut problems, headache, and mouth ulcers.”

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    A significant point to bring out is that organic sulfur is derived from the Louisiana maritime pine tree – a similar source tree as Pycnogenol. Because that is the case, it is uncertain whether you would obtain material benefit from taking both organic sulfur and Pycnogenol as part of a tinnitus-treating regimen. Perhaps one or the other would be sufficient by themselves.

    What I can offer as a suggestion is this: if you choose to take both products, be sure to take your organic sulfur dosage first, then wait 30 minutes before taking Pycnogenol or any other medicine or vitamin supplement. Doing so allows sufficient time to pass to prevent the additives commonly found in pills and capsules from interfering with organic sulfur.

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